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RETROACTIVE EFFECT ON ANNUAL INCREASE

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1 RETROACTIVE EFFECT ON ANNUAL INCREASE on Fri May 11, 2018 11:15 am

samkevin


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It has been a policy of this company to give annual increases to it's employees based on employment date. Last February 2018, I reached one year working here. They then started processing my increase thru evaluations. I waited and until now it has not been done. I assume that the company will give my increase from February until they will give it, that it would be retroactively computed. Just this week, they issued a notice/memo that annual increases that will be given starting this coming June 2018 will not be given a retroactive effect. Is it right? I believe the company is the one who is in delay of giving our annual increase and if they keep on delaying it until June, I can no longer get my increase since February. Please advise what to do. And if it is legal. Thank you.

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2 Re: RETROACTIVE EFFECT ON ANNUAL INCREASE on Fri May 11, 2018 1:26 pm

mikos23

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Reclusion Perpetua
Company increase is a company initiated benefit and not a government mandated benefit, the answer usually is found on what is written in their policy,

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3 Re: RETROACTIVE EFFECT ON ANNUAL INCREASE on Sat May 12, 2018 8:49 am

attyLLL


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the granting of increase is a management prerogative not a demandable. Seems like bad timing


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